Fictional story

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  • Martin's Story: A Fictional Narrative

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    The elevator went to a complete stop, and Martin cried out for help, but somehow no one heard him. Then the fat lady pulled out a wrench, and before Martin could do anything everything went dark. After the fat lady knocked out Martin she dragged his unconscious body into the back of the apartment building where no one would see her. Once she got to the back of the building she picked up Martin and tossed him in the trunk of her car. She put the keys in her car and she was off. Martin woke up

  • Branson's Story: A Fictional Narrative

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    Branson walked across the street knife in hand. Branson's coat ruffled in the wind as he went into the alleyway. Branson looked around for the man in the darkness but could not find him. Minutes passed and the man was still not there. Branson looked down at his watch. It was 12:56 PM “He was supposed to be here 15 minutes ago,” he said to himself. Then just as Branson looked up he saw him. It was him. A man dressed in a black suit and a red tie walked up to him. He handed him a bag full of pills

  • Meg's Story: A Fictional Narrative

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    Cold breeze, a sour wind is blowing, leaves falling, dark, foggy sky. A princess, a rocker, a gamer, a traveler, and cat boy. A group of kids walked from their old run down school in there small old run down town to the park which was never used. The town was like a ghost town. Very little people lived around there unless they had no other choice. Molly Kendal was 10 and she was a princess, a diva, and her family lost a lot of money and even their house when her mom died, Meg Cruise was 15 and

  • Fictional Superhero Origin Story : Oliver Queen

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    Fictional Superhero Origin Story Superhero Origin Story Oliver Queen is the son of Lance Queen and Moira Queen. Oliver’s sister is named Thea and she is eleven years old. Oliver is seventeen. The Queens live in Starling City and own a family company known as Queens Consolidated. The organization manufactures electronic devices. Lance Queen is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Queens Consolidated. Malcoln Merlyn is a general manager at Queens Consolidated. Malcoln is married to Rebecca and they

  • A Short Story Of Zayatz: A Fictional Narrative

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    slowly at Zayatz’s presence. “You all done?” His voice was strained. “I think so.” “You better be.” “I’m sorry.” “Just- drink this.” He reached over for the water and passed it back to Zayatz. “Forgot to give it to you earlier. I really don’t want another dead body on my hands.” Osborne pressed his forehead against the steering wheel with a sigh, closing his eyes. “I should have known this was going to happen,” he muttered. “You don’t just feed junk to someone after two months of-” He cut himself

  • Shoeless Joe : A Fictional Story Of A Man Known

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    Shoeless Joe is a fictional story of a man known by the name of Ray Kinsella. Ray Kinsella lives and farms in Iowa where he grows corn with his wife Annie and their daughter Karin. Kinsella is obsessed with baseball, specifically Shoeless Joe Jackson, and the Black Sox Scandal of the 1919 World Series. When he hears a voice telling him, “If you build it, he will come”, he blindly follows the instructions. The voice tells him to build a baseball field in the midst of his corn crop in order to give

  • Abortion Vs Abortion In Beowulf

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    The Killer Within Within each individual, there is a sliver of a killer living deep inside. The most evident of these is expressed through the action of abortion. In comparison to abortion, Grendel’s attacks in Beowulf blindsides the faultless people of Herot demolishing the town where they reside. Grendel unremorsefully targets the helpless citizens of Herot while abortion also quarries on innocent victims leaving emotional, physical, and psychological devastations in its’ wake. In comparison

  • Essay on How Women Are Portrayed in the Great Gatsby

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    The Great Gatsby, and it gives us an insight into the gender roles of past WW1 America. Throughout the novel, women are portrayed in a very negative light. The author’s presentation of women is unflattering and unsympathetic. The women are not described with depth. When given their description, Fitzgerald appeals to their voice, “ she had a voice full of money”, their looks “her face was lovely with bright things in it, bright eyes, and a bright passionate mouth”, and the way in which they behave

  • Theme Of Wealth In The Great Gatsby

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    Wealth in the Great Gatsby ​Nick Caraway moves from Minnesota to the West Egg neighborhood on Long Island to pursue a career in the bond industry. He lives in a tiny house wedged between large, expansive mansions. His neighbor, Jay Gatsby, is a well todo man with a mysterious past. Everyone in town knows Mr. Gatsby for his huge wild parties, but no one is quite sure where he has acquired his wealth. Across from Gatsby’s mansion, Nick’s cousin Daisy lives with her husband Tom Buchanan. Daisy and Tom

  • Historical Fiction And Its Importance On Society

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    element that is in all fictional movies, including movies about historical figures and events. Historical fiction is one of the most popular film genres. The general assumption is that it helps people remember and understand history, giving us facts with some creative liberties. In truth, it is changing the way we see history and thus changing our traditions and our culture. The paper that follows should · Explain the reasoning behind creating a historical fictional movie · Explaining